Old  July 23rd, 2012, 4:46pm     #1
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Beware PCH Lottery Winner
Here's a new scam I got in my spam box today:




-- 1-800-645-9242
Publishers Clearing House
101 Winners Circle
Port Washington, NY 11053-4016

Dear Treasured Winner

American private international e-games organizers and cosponsors,
Publishers Group International, officially bring to your notice the final
draw and the result of the 20th July 2012. PCH -Wheel E-game which was
conducted at our international corporate office complex in The U.S.
Most recently this foundation set up the NEW LOTTERY SCHEME to give out
prizes based on ACTIVE ONLINE EMAILS. By doing this the foundation seek to
encourage the use of Internet for academic and business pursuits. Its major
aim is to promote music, theatre, art, literature, projects in the social
and political arena with a focus on health, as well as science, research,
and higher education.

Your award prize has been insured by the US Treasury Department and ready
for claim.
To begin your claims therefore, you are advised to contact our licensed
and accredited Award/Claims Manager quoting your winning reference details
for the processing of your award winning prize and payment to your
designated bank account after all statutory obligations have been concluded
satisfactorily.

Contact thus
Award/Claims Manager:
Mr Dave Bothroyd
Email: dave.bothroyd@e-mail.ua
Address:1 Churchill Place, London, E14 5HP

WINNING INFO:
Amount Won: $500,000 US$
Coupon Number: 5-3-4
Reference Number: FLL/ CN/ 6654/ CP

VERIFICATION AND FUNDS RELEASE FORM:
1. FULL NAMES:
2.ADDRESS:
3.TELEPHONE NUMBER:

'Sometimes,' said Pooh, 'the smallest things take up the most room in your heart.'
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  Old  July 23rd, 2012, 5:09pm     #2
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Well, I sure would be confused reading that, LOL. Not to mention that the "postal address" is London and the email is UA which is Ukraine. Sometimes the scammers are just here to entertain us.
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